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You would be able to get another Wildcard SSL certificate from another CA. But you will only able to install single certificate at the time. So either you have to remove existing Wildcard SSL and have to install a new one. OR… wait till expiry of existing certificate. There is no technical hurdle in getting another certificate at this time but you won’t be ...


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Clients wouldn't know that there's two certificates for the same domain issued by two different CA's and throw a warning flag? Not usually. They would just see whichever certificate is currently 'active' on the server and as long as it's valid, it should be used? Yes, usually. CAs do not typically publicize their clients and certificates, or ...


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You are describing a situation in which you have two separate, valid wildcard certificates signed by separate CAs. Unlike what the current title claims it is not the "same wildcard cert". There is nothing that stops you from having multiple certificates for the same domain(s). Clients will verify the validity and trust of the certificate presented by your ...



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